Nestled in a quiet waterfront location, ideal for dining with delightful views, Tentazioni is a cosy local secret, serving modern Italian cuisine. Conveniently accessible from Bermondsey, London Bridge and Tower Hill stations, it is a perfect atmosphere for business lunches and intimate meals. <br/><br/>Behind the restaurant's bold decor is a peaceful ambience, easing you into a smart, yet relaxed dinner. With a tantalising selection of dishes on the menu, Tentazioni's creative cuisine thrives, with flavours so rich you could only find them in the most authentic Italian meals. Passionate and inventive, <br/><br/>Head Chef Riccardo Giacomini's gastronomic talents have earned him great recognition in London, as well as throughout Italy. Using only the finest ingredients, Tentazioni invites you to enjoy a genuine Italian menu, complemented by a broad wine list and efficient service.
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2 Mill Street BermondseyLondonSE1 2BD
Tentazioni were recently offering a deal on their seven course tasting menu which was just too good to resist.
Our first course was a creamy broad bean soup with pearl barley, red onion and sun-dried tomato which I wasn't expecting to like but it was incredible. Creamy and smooth it just slipped down my throat and I couldn't help but finish the bowl even though I knew there were still six...more
We might have just been here on a bad night, but the meal was completely let down by the extremely slow service. This is a shame, because the food was on the whole good. We had a Groupon deal for a tasting menu - I'm not sure if the fact we had a voucher had an impact on the service level we received, but if so it's a bit counterproductive as I would not return to this restaurant again.
Went here after the amazing Yelp event and the food was just as delicious. The only thing however, the truffle pasta didn't have enough truffle!more
This boutique restaurant is like a little gem located on the south bank of Thames. I love the great surrounding space that is reminiscent of the times when this part of town was used as the docks. And although the place itself is a little bit away from the main road you'll find it surprisingly close to the main attractions of London, like Tower Bridge.
They have very tasty ravioli (try the...more